he created the child grooming sex ed curriculum for Ontario’s public schools.
TORONTO, November 17, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — Convicted child pornographer and disgraced education guru Ben Levin has posted online comments on studies of child porn and pedophilia since being paroled that suggest he thinks he didn’t do anything wrong and everyone should accept his deviant sexual views and proclivities, the Toronto Sun revealed Thursday in an explosive front-page story.
Levin, 65, was sentenced to three years in prison in May 2015 after pleading guilty to possessing and creating child pornography, and the indictable offence of counselling others to commit rape.
The revelation is “bone-chilling,” says Jack Fonseca, senior political strategist for Campaign Life Coalition.
Levin is “actually working in a strategic way by encouraging influential academics and journals to normalize the viewing of child pornography and pedophilic attraction to children,” he warned.
“I think Levin is looking down the road into the future, and he sees a very realistic path to making his depraved vision a legal reality in Canada.”
Campaign Life is one parents’ rights groups that sees the hand of the former deputy minister of education behind the controversial sex-ed curriculum the Liberal government rolled out in Ontario’s publicly funded schools in 2015.
Parents As First Educators is another.
“Which is worse? Convicted child pornographer Levin is out on parole and is trolling academic studies about porn online? Or that the sex-ed curriculum he helped ‘craft’; is being taught to our kids in Ontario schools?” tweeted PAFE executive director Tanya Granic Allen in response to the Sun’s exclusive.
Levin shows ‘little understanding’ of the damage he did to children: parole board
Levin, a one-time professor at the prestigious Ontario Institute for Studies in Education and married father of three daughters, was caught in a sting operation and arrested July 2013.
In passing sentence in 2015, Justice Heather McArthur described him as a man with a “hidden, dark side” who became “immersed in a deviant and depraved online world” where “sexual abuse of children was not only accepted but celebrated.”
In his sex-chats with undercover officers on sites about incest, Levin “wrote a story detailing the violent sexual abuse of a child” and “counseled another officer, posing as a young mother, to sadistically sexually assault her eight-year-old daughter,” noted McArthur.
He also “normalized the subject of the sexual touching of children.”
Levin was granted day parole in August but denied full parole because the board was “concerned” by his “lack of understanding or insight into the true victims of your offending,” according to documents obtained by PAFE’s Granic Allen.
The board decision noted that Levin had “joined a website dedicated to child pornography and had conversations with others in a predatory, deviant and sadistic manner.”
Levin had also shared sado-masochistic pornographic images of young girls on the site.
“You continue to identify your family and social and past political network as victims,” the parole board stated.
“(Y)ou appear to have little understanding that the children in the pornographic images you viewed and shared are the true victims of your offending. That they have been abused sexually, mentally and physically and will bear lifelong scars of this abuse inflicted on them for the sole gratification of people such as yourself.”
Levin likes studies on child porn and pedophilia
When fully paroled in January, Levin was not to “possess or access pornography or sexually explicit material in any form or type of media” as one condition.
But he has since posted comments on the academic site Researchgate, flagging 84 studies as “of interest,” most of which are about child pornography and pedophilia, reported the Sun’s Michele Mandel.
Under an article on “Schoolgirls and Soccer Moms: A Content Analysis of Free ‘Teen’ and ‘MILF’ Online Pornography,” Levin wrote in October: “It’s important to open up the world of pornography in a non-emotional way if we are ever to understand it’s (sic) place in human life and its effects on sexual behaviour.”
Levin commented October 29 on an article “What exactly is an unusual sexual fantasy?” that: “Given the tendency to panic over sexual behaviour and sexual fantasy, it’s very helpful to have some data in this area.”
And to a study on “The Prevalence of Paraphilic Interests and Behaviours in the General Population: A Provincial Survey,” Levin commented the decision to diagnose “paraphilia” as a mental illness “was won by people who seem to want to restrict what counts as acceptable — or ‘normal’ — sexual activity; the same kinds of provisions that were used in past to criminalize homosexuality.”
Normalizing pedophilia next, warns Campaign Life
Parents “must take this as a reminder of why they must continue fighting to repeal the Wynne/Levin sex curriculum,” says Fonseca.
The Wynne Liberals have denied Levin had anything to do with the sex-ed curriculum.
But as LifeSiteNew reported earlier, Levin himself said as deputy minister of education that he was responsible for implementing the 2009 Equity and Inclusive Education Strategy, which called for an overhaul of all curricula.
That included a sex-ed curriculum introduced in 2010 and shelved by then-Premier Dalton McGuinty because of parental backlash. According to a Campaign Life analysis, this sex-ed curriculum is virtually identical to the sex-ed curriculum the Liberals rolled out in 2015.
Levin is now “clearly on a political propaganda mission to destigmatize pedophilia,” Fonseca warned.
“And he’s doing it in the exact same way the gay lobby so successfully normalized homosexuality, which is to reframing pedophilia as a ‘natural sexual orientation,’” he told LifeSiteNews.
“The way our culture is falling headlong into sexual anarchy, now taking on the crazy idea that a boy can actually be a girl in his mind, I believe that normalizing pedophilia will be the next legal and political battleground,” Fonseca said.
“This is pure evil.”
A Christian math teacher in the United Kingdom has been removed from the classroom for referring to a biologically female transgender student as a girl.
Joshua Sutcliffe, a 27-year-old who teaches 11 to 18-year-olds at a school in Oxfordshire, has been removed from his teaching capacity and is facing a disciplinary hearing after it was alleged in a Nov. 2 parental complaint that he discriminated against a female-born transgender student by stating “well done, girls” when addressing the student’s small group during class.
According to the London-based Christian Legal Centre, the Cherwell School launched a week-long investigation into the complaint. During the investigation, Sutcliffe, who also pastors at Christ Revelation church, has been barred from teaching and kept “in isolation” in a staff room.
“I saw the feminist movement cover up for PEDOPHILES”
– Sara Fernanda Giromin
Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is an investigative journalist and writer focusing on the radical left and Islamic terrorism.
It was the cackle that cost her an election.
The time was the 80s and the First Lady of Arkansas was chatting with Roy Reed. Reed was a New York Timesbigwig, a civil rights hero and is currently a speaker for the Clinton School of Public Service.
Back then, Reed was working on a profile of the Clintons for Esquire. The profile was never published. The tapes of the interviews were stowed at the University of Arkansas until they were dug up in ’14.
And there’s Hillary Clinton laughing on tape about how she saved a 12-year-old girl’s rapist.
Kathy Shelton had been raped and beaten into a coma when she was twelve years old. Her rapist wanted a “woman lawyer.” Hillary Clinton took his case as a favor and used every dirty trick to get him off. Even though she admits on the tape that she knew her client was guilty, she accused his victim of being “emotionally unstable” and fantasizing about older men. And she used the little girl’s bloody underwear as the pivot of a blatant lie that got her client off with less than a year in prison.
All of that is bad enough.
It reminds us that there is nothing that Hillary Clinton won’t do to win whether it’s accusing an abused child of being a mentally ill slut or accusing her election opponent of cavorting with urinating Russian prostitutes. And that despite her best efforts to appear human, she has nothing resembling a soul.
But there’s the Clinton cackle. You can hear it throughout the tape. Even years later in the governor’s mansion, Hillary thought that getting a 12-year-old girl’s rapist off the hook was the funniest thing ever.
Roy Reed, the great media hero of the civil rights movement, never wrote about it. There were no outraged stories in the New York Times or Esquire. Just like Harvey Weinstein’s associates. They knew.
They knew and they said nothing.
Hillary Clinton wasn’t the last Democrat presidential candidate to have deeply troubling links to pedophiles.
Her husband was much worse.
Bill Clinton took dozens of rides on Jeffrey Epstein’s Lolita Express. The top Democrat donor’s plane earned its nickname because of its association with the abuse of young girls. Like Hillary’s client, the tastes of Bill’s bosom buddy allegedly ran to twelve year old girls. An FBI investigation found 40 victims.
And the Democrat in charge made sure that justice was served. Epstein spent a year under “house arrest” during which he was “let out on work release six days a week for up to 16 hours a day.”
Work release meant taking private jets to New York and to his private island in the Caribbean. That was the island known as “Orgy Island” which Bill Clinton had frequently visited. Clinton had even allegedly ditched his Secret Service escort for some of the flights.
One of Epstein’s victims had also alleged that Al Gore had been a visitor to Orgy Island.
Epstein took credit for being “part of the original group that conceived the Clinton Global Initiative.” And for flying Bill Clinton and Kevin Spacey, currently accused of multiple sexual assaults on minors, out to Africa on the Lolita Express.
Like Epstein, Kevin Spacey was a Clinton pal.
Spacey has said that he “did a great number of things for” Bill Clinton at the White House and “privately.” The secret of their “close friendship,” was that Spacey “took him as he was.”
“And I think that may be part of the reason why we became close,” the accused abuser said.
But, Spacey claimed that he had a good time with both Clintons.
So much for the Clintons. But nobody, not even Democrats, are surprised by Clinton sleaze. They react to it the same way that they do to the latest Islamic terrorist attack. They cringe, close their eyes and wait for everyone to forget it ever happened.
The Clintons, and Gore, might have bookended the last 25 years of the Democrat road to the White House, but what about Obama?
And John Kerry?
“Things felt a bit different Tuesday on the John Kerry campaign bus,” an enthusiastic CBS reporter moped.
“There was a huge void,” he reported. The “void” had been left by the departure of Peter Yarrow who had endorsed and campaigned with Kerry back in ‘04.
“For a moment, one could feel what it was like back in the ’60s, hanging with a folk music icon and a Vietnam vet-turned-antiwar activist,” the CBS piece rhapsodized.
Yarrow played ‘Puff the Magic Dragon’ while Kerry mimed smoking pot.
Peter Yarrow was a good friend. He had played at Kerry’s wedding and was his daughter’s godfather. He had also received a presidential pardon from Jimmy Carter for making sexual advances on a 14-year-old girl while naked.
Yarrow used the Harvey Weinstein defense. “In that time, it was common practice.”
Not only did Kerry campaign with Yarrow, but he brought him to the Middle East for proposed “peace” concerts.
Yarrow also performed for Obama volunteers. And he has been writing anti-Trump songs. The title of one of these is, “The children are listening.”
They certainly are.
Two weeks after the ’14 election, Terry Bean was busted in Portland. Bean was the co-founder of the Human Rights Campaign, the most effective gay rights lobby in the country, whose donors included Harvey Weinstein.
Bean was a big donor to Obama, Kerry and Gore.
Bean was accused of having sex with a 15-year-old boy. Bean’s boyfriend, who had been brought along to the White House to meet Obama, was also arrested. The boyfriend’s mother accused Bean of using him to “get young kids” by grooming them with gifts of alcohol and Viagra.
According to prosecutors, the Obama backer had engaged in this sort of behavior as far back as ’79 when he had sex with a 16-year-old boy and plied him with alcohol and drugs. The victim, who is now a middle aged doctor, had come out so that Bean would not be able to “keep on abusing young boys.”
Despite denying the charges, Bean attempted to settle out of court with the boy. The prosecutor stated that Bean had offered the victim at least $200,000.
That’s a good deal of money. But only a fifth of what Obama got.
The boy declined to testify. Bean walked free.
Since then, Bean appears to have maxed out his donations to Hillary Clinton. There is no evidence that Hillary or her people have returned them.
But that’s business as usual.
Every Democrat nominee for the White House in the last 25 years has had links to pedophiles. Some were donors and others were clients or friends. But the Clintons, Kerry, Gore and Obama were all tainted by their associations. And they have never apologized or expressed a word of regret.
Not to their victims or to anyone else.
And if you catch them in private, at the right moment, you just might hear them laughing about it.
David Alcon, a Democratic candidate in Arizona seeking a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, was arrested on Friday and charged with felony stalking after a woman accused him of watching her, following her, and sending her a picture of his genitals.
But you haven’t heard a word about that. Wonder why? Here’s why. The networks haven’t said a peep about it, according to the The Daily Caller:
The story has been met with silence from a number of media outlets despite their breathless coverage of the sexual assault scandal surrounding Alabama U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore.
According to a search of the television database TV Eyes, CNN, MSNBC, ABC, CBS, and NBC have given zero on-air coverage to Alcon’s arrest. The networks have also not published any stories about Alcon’s scandal on their websites in the past week.
Meanwhile, ABC, CBS, and NBC spent more than 79 minutes talking about Roy Moore between November 9 and November 13.
Alcon’s accuser claims he sent her creepy text messages “suggesting that he was watching her, other messages professing his love for her, and one picture of his genitals.” Later that night, he allegedly began texting her that he was outside of her apartment.
Police arrested Alcon in Albuquerque after they were called to an apartment complex late on Friday afternoon. The Albuquerque Police Department did not give details on what happened when they arrived on scene — only that they took Alcon into custody.
Alcon has had other run-ins with the law. He was convicted of stalking his ex-girlfriend back in 2007, and the judge in the case said he was “clearly obsessed,” The Daily Caller reported.
“It was just unbelievable to me, David,” state District Judge Michael Vigil said before Alcon’s sentencing. “That is creepy. That is scary for a person. You would not go away. Violence takes a lot of different forms. [What you did] was a form of violence to the victim.”
Alcon was convicted of aggravated stalking and trespassing, and was alleged to have broken into his ex-girlfriend’s home. Police found him passed out with the house alarm going off, the prosecutor claimed, and Alcon later returned to the house and left notes and flowers on his ex-girlfriend’s truck.
Alcon ended up serving three years probation in the 2007 case.
“You are a 30-year-old man acting like an infatuated high-school boy,” the judge said.
EDMONTON, Alberta, November 15, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — A bill banning schools from telling parents when their child joins a “gay-straight alliance” without the child’s consent, regardless of the age of the child, passed in Alberta’s legislature this morning.
The NDP government’s Bill 24 or “An Act to Support Gay-Straight Alliances” sailed through by a vote of 42-23 on third reading after three days of sometimes impassioned debate, reported the Edmonton Journal.
Although given a free vote, opposition United Conservtive Party (UCP) MLAs all voted against the bill, it reported.
All UCPs suggested amendments to the bill were rejected by the NDP majority.
Thirty-eight NDP MLAs voted for the bill, as did two Alberta Party MLAS, Liberal MLA David Swann and PC MLA Richard Starke.
The Justice Center for Constitutional Freedoms announced yesterday that it will challenge the bill in court on behalf of several parents, independent schools and other stakeholders, whose identity will be revealed when the JCCF files legal documents in early 2018.
As well as banning schools from notifying parents when their child joins a GSA unless the child gives consent, Bill 24 mandates that independent religious schools, including Catholic schools, allow GSAs if a student asks for one.
Newly elected UCP leader Jason Kenney, who has yet to gain a seat in the legislature, denounced Bill 24 last week as unprecedented government overreach.
The law “concentrates enormous new powers in the hands of the Minister, undermining local decision making by principals, school boards, and independent schools,” Kenney said.
He also criticized the NDP for using the legislation to allow schools to teach sensitive subjects without notifying parents.
The UCP supported the status quo before Bill 24 became law, which allowed schools and principals to use discretion when it came divulging a student’s participation in a GSA.
Bill 24 makes it “illegal to engage parents about certain school activities for children beginning in kindergarten, regardless of their individual circumstances,” Kenney noted.
“We believe that parents should continue to have the right to be informed of educational programs or materials that deal with human sexuality,” he said.
“We believe that it is wrong to treat young elementary school children the same way as teenagers in high school on sensitive matters.”
The UCP supports GSAs and does not support mandatory notification of parents of their child’s membership in a GSA, he added.
The Justice Center for Constitutional Freedoms issued a legal analysis of the bill asserting it violated the Charter rights of parents and independent schools.
GSAs are “political clubs which promote progressive, secular and libertine beliefs and attitudes about human sexuality,” an “ideology” that is “contrary to the teachings of Islam, Christianity, Orthodox Judaism and other religions,” JCCF said in its legal brief.
Bill 24 compels independent religious schools “to adopt policy positions in support of the government’s preferred LGBTQ ideology,” and is evidence of the NDP’s “intention to control and change the religious character of independent schools,” its press release said.
Tracie Casler, 30, is said to have had sex with the 14-year-old after a party.
She then gave birth to a daughter nine months later.
The lad told cops he had ended up at Casler’s house after getting “messed up” at a Halloween bash last year.
He initiated sex after going up to her bedroom, he said.
“He stated he was messed up and horny so he put moves on her,” police files say.
Casler was arrested after DNA tests were carried out on her baby, born in July in Milton, Florida.
The results have not been made public but she has been charged with one count of lewd and lascivious battery on a victim aged 12 to 16.
Police opened an investigation after Casler spoke to family and friends following the birth.
A top executive at Media Matters for America and the principal activist in the “Stop Rush” campaign made racist and anti-Semitic comments and disparaged “trannies” on a dormant blog that he wrote just several years prior to his prominent liberal activism career.
Blog entries reviewed by The Daily Caller show that Angelo Carusone made derogatory remarks about ethnic groups and used language to insult “trannies” and ugly “gays” that would be considered hate speech by his own organization.
Carusone is the executive vice president of the George Soros-funded progressive advocacy group Media Matters for America, headed by David Brock, which has built a nonprofit cottage industry out of targeting conservatives in media and flagging their politically incorrect statements for coverage by mainstream media outlets. Carusone is identified by insiders as the lead organizer of the pressure campaign to intimidate radio host Rush Limbaugh’s advertisers, which accuses Limbaugh of bigotry.
Carusone joined Media Matters after founding the “Stop Rush” movement in late 2009 and effectively leading the “Stop Beck” campaign against Glenn Beck. Since joining Media Matters, Carusone spearheaded the “Dump Trump” campaign to pressure Macy’s to stop selling Donald Trump’s products.